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THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JULY 10, 1904.
VITAL MEASURES PASSED Id FRANCE Teaching by Religious Orders Suppressed and Term of Army Service Reduced. HOISE OVER BRIBERY INQUIRY. Committee Unfriendly to Premier Combes Is Compelled to Ex onerate Him and His Son From All Charges. BY I. COnNELT. RPTCIAI, BT CABLD TO THE ST I5UI3 P.H- PTJBLIC ANT) THE NEW TOIUC HRRM-D Paris, July 9 -(Copv right. 19M)-There have been threo events this wetk of di verse Importance and. as always happen". It Is the least Important of the three which has made the most nclse. The Senate has passeJ the bill sup pressing teaching by religious orders, which nad already been voted by the Chamber of Deputies The Chamber pasW. without Important changes, the bill reducing military Ecrvlco to two vears. which hnd already been oted by the Senate The3e are two Important votv Supp.esslon of teaching by the religious orders canno't be an indifferent matter In a country where the rellsious orders have been for so long a time the masters of primary instruction, and It is not a mat ter of indlfferenco to our Individual des tinies or our national destinies that, aft er hating been scen years, then Ave, then three, military service has been reduced to two 5 ears. stiiuied nr iNQUinr. Nevertheless, the public opinion has been chiefly stirred by the fatuous Committee of inquiry, of which I have already spoken, appointed to throw light on the alleged at tempt at briber, of which the President of the Council of Ministers tctid the Cham ber. This committee, the majority of which was opposed to the Government, has ln lshed its labors and named as reporter an Algerian Deputv. M. Colin By dint of wishing to compromise il Corabe3 and his son. the committee endd by making It self somewhat ridiculous. But the finishing stroke was given it by a really remarkable affair It had been re ported that u man had gone from Paris to Chartreuse In the Department of the Isere. There was no longer any doubt about It that man must have been nn agent foi the bribery- Hut who was this man who went to demand money from the monks of Chartreuse? One of the crooks of the Chartreuse, from having -een a photograph. Indicated JI. Mascuraud. To understand the unlike lihood of this accusation one should re member that M. Mascuraud is the man who organized the Committee of Com merce and Industry, which, at the last elections, was formed by a certain num ber of Paris merchants and manufacturers and latee proprietors for the purpose of supporting the Government. Now, it was lnconceiv able that M. Mascu raud should have gone to the monies of Chartreuso to nsk for money to help elect their opponents. But this atti tude of M. Mascuraud, who. in fact, pro vide funds for the Government candidates at the general elections, brought upon him much hitter opposition. This was shown In the present instance, but more potent and more numerous expressions of sym pathy were offered him. and M. Mascu raud came out of tho affair triumphantly over the unjust accusation, thanks to doc uments proving how ho spent his time on tho day he was accused of having gone to the Grande Chartreuse. To sum up, the committee was obliged to conclude Its labors with a nullity and Its reporter was instructed to state In Its name that M. Combes and his son had nothing to do with tho case any more than M. Mascuraud. END OF LONG SCANDAL. Thus ends tht long scandal. Its cause was the underhand methods of the opposi tion, exploiting the Imprudence of the President of the Council of Ministers, who certainly for the moment made a mistake and who ought to have replied by silent contempt to the calumnies of which he was the object. This lntcrv entlon of the monks of Char treuse In politics has also had as a result the consolidation of the Republican ma jority, and at tho present moment the duration of the Combes Ministry only de pends on the will of Its head. It has been frequently said that he had the Intention of imitating his predecessor and retiring without being overturned, but we must reckon with the efforts of the majority. who will do all It can to keep him In power, and especially with the well-settled determination of the Socialist party to support him with energy. MISSION FOR EDUCATED CLASSES IS CONTEMPLATED. SPKCIAT, BT CAHT.T: TO THE ST. T)I7I! rtE PTJBLIC AND THE NEW TORK HERALD London, July 9. (Copyright, 1901.) Re llglous education of children of the upper classes Is In such a parlous state that It has been deemed necessary by Lord Hugh Cecil and others to set on foot a mission for them. At a meeting held for the purpose in Westminster the other afternoon Lord Hugh Cecil, who presided, said It was notorious that children of the upper class es had little or no Biblical knowledge. No doubt this was due to the fact that they mostly were educated at boarding schools. As illustrating his point. Lord Hugh said that in making speeches a Biblical allu sion, which was at onco understood by the working-class audience, fell on deaf ears when addressed to an audience of higher social rank. Even the House of Commons, which he believed composed of highly educated men, compared badly In this respect with an audience of worklngmcn. GALLIFET BREAKS SILENCE AND FURNISHES SENSATION. SPECIAL BT CABLE TO THE ST. LOTUS RE PUBLIC AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. Paris. July 3. (Cop right, 1SM.)-General GaUIffct occasionally breaks silence and furnishes sensational cony for tho papers Being bothered bv reporters ho decided to hang out a standing notice at the door of his concierge, which read: "We are living in the midst of rascals of all categories. The press is their Bar num. the fool, the public, pajs expenses. That's all." General Galliffet has explained that he did not compose the notice, but employed his secretary to do so. and he confirms all It contains. Since then he has resumed his silence on publlo questions. At 72 and 79 Years of kg: Relieved Immediately and Cured Quickly with Drake's Palmetto Wine. Mr. Geo. W. Pelton. n years of ac JunvA. W writes: For many years I hve been greatly troubled with Chronlo Constipation, and thourht there was no help for me. I have used nearly three bottles of Drake's Palmetto Wise with result that I hare so trouble from Consv". ration, and bellere a cure is assured. Drake's Palmetto Wine has done for me what all other remedies failed to do. N. J. Knlrtt, 79 years of aie. W Pierce St. New Bedford. Mass., writes: 1 had La Grippe, which left me with severe Catarrh of Mucous Membrane all through my body, a very bard comb, moraines, enlargement and Inflammation of Prostate Gland, bloody urine, and my suffer ings were Intense. I am taking Drake s Pal metto Wine; have nsed less than two bottles so farandatngalnlnrinererrway. Ididnotbope to ever feel so well as I do now and have great cause to rejoice that I found such a wonderful Medicine as Drake's Palmetto Wine. Q A test bottle will be sent prepaid free of I barge to any reader of this paper who writes for t to Drake Formula Company. Drake Building, Vnluco. I1L A test bottle often cures. ' For sal by Baboteau A Co., TOO North Broadway. St, Louis' Big Store! 7T1I f. LonU' jrrentcsi utjartmrnt More, occupy Ins It nun Mnirturc, entire imir block, si: nvm ami niAMtUN AVK. All rap line transfer. for 25c Cor set Covers. 2C 23c Corset Coers, full I'rench front, lace 1 0 1 n trimmed L2i nc Children's Draw- 0 t, umbrella ruffle ... 0 oU 73c Women'? Night Gowns, lice trimmed. QQfi slip-oxer stIe Ooo Toe Skirts, -Kith two rows laeo insertion and ruf- VI Ro fles to match t0u 1 30 Mlsscb' Gonn up to 15 car eize, fine cambric, em broidery trimmed. CCn slightly dust solhd Dull i 01 and E.OO Goins or Chem ises, finest nainsook, elab orate laco trimming; slightly dust soiled; j 4 0 I . and li'fO 2.C0 Skirts, with 3 rows bow knot lace ln'-ertlon, ruffle to mitch and dust QQn ruffle 33b Hoe... 2Sc Women's llslo Hct, :ull- r.istiloneil 23c Misscj" llslo Hose 13c Women's pink blu and black 23c Women's IJsio Vests, silk tipeti .. T3c "Misses' Union Suits, knee li-nth. 2 Straw Hats. Men's. Bom.' and Children's Straw Hits' Mackinaw and fancy braids; 30c OCn kind; at ZOC Children's and Ilojs' Sailors and 3un Hats On ..1c and OV Alio; er Iici- Yoking; sale price. at, QQ "W" " NORMAL SCHOOL FLOURISHES DESPITE WORLD'S FAIR. Attendance nt Summer Session of Warennlinrj; Institution Is Quite Ip Id the Mnnilanl. UEPfBLIC SPECIAL. Warrensburg, Mo, July 9 Although the World's Talr has proved th strongest kind of an attraction to tho teachers of Missouri, appealing to them as a school of Instruction in Itself, unique and not to be missed by any educator of ambition, the summer session of the Warrensburg Normal has proven as large n success as any of past jears. The attendance at the first term of the summer session which c'osed last Wednesday, has been KO One hundred and seventv-one were men and 339 women. Ms.ny new students will enroll with the beginning of the second term Thursday. Not only has the summer session grown steauily, year by year, UU It now la as large as the regular session of the nor mal, but an nnaljsls of the character of the attendance and the work done serves to emphasize the Importance of the sum mer session. Sixty counties of Missouri are represented In the p-esent session, and there are ten students from other States. Of the M0 students enro'led. 209 are graduates of high "schools, twenty three are college graduates, and thirtv slx are graduates of advanced normal courses, now- doing tho graduate work specially provided at the summer school. Sixty-one are sup-rlntendents or princi pals of city or town schools In Missouri; 105 are teachers from city or town grade and high schools, and 233 are teachers from rural schoo's. Many of these teach ers have had from six to ten, ears' ex perience and one has taught for thirty three vears. Ono of the most popular features of tho summer school Is the opportunity offered to graduates of advanced normal courses to continue their work and take their A. B. degrees These graduate courses offered b the summer school arc in ad dition to the full number of courses of fered during the regular session. For this reason the full facu.ty is employed at the summer session and several additional In structors are required to carry on the graduate work. A total of seventy-five courses are being taught at this summer normal by thirty one professors and Instructors. They may be grouped as follows: Pro fessional, ten; English, seven: history and civics, nine; mathematics, eight; science, fifteen; foreign language, twelve; manual training, four: drawing, three; music, three; phjslcal culture, two; klndergarter, two. Forty-nlno student-teachers are teach ing In the training school where IIS chil dren are enrolled. In addition, there are twenty children in the kindergarten. Ono of the most Interesting events of th" second term of the summer session, which b-san this week, will be the lajing of the corner stone of the new $30,000 gymnasium now being erected of brick and stone. Thia ceremony will take place early In July. Speaking of the success of the summer school. Professoi- J. M. Gwinn. who has the chair of educational economy and methods In the normal, said to The Re public. "We feared that the World's Fair would reduce the attendance of our summer school to Just about half what It was last year. To our surprise and extreme grati fication, the attendance Is only forty-five smaller than It was last summer. The character of the students enrolled is a further source of pride to the faculty, thero being so large a number of super intendents and principals, high school school teachers, graduates of colleges and advanced normal courses as to clearly at test tho esteem In which our summer school Is held by the teachers of Missouri, and the Southwest generally." DECLARES APPENDICITIS IS DUE TO LA GRIPPE. Parls,tJuly 9. (Copyright. 1901 ) The dis tinguished surgeon. Doctor Lucas Cham plonnlero, had something interesting to say about appendicitis to tha Academic des Medeclnes this week. Ho said grip was the original source of appendicitis, which as a sequel to grip. Is more frequent according as meat forms the larger proportion of one's diet. Doctor Championnlere is convinced that even where tho grippe has been prevalent ap pendicitis can be prevented with certainty bv the adoption of a diet lnrgely vegtta tarlan and periodical, purges. AMERICANS CELEBRATE THE FOURTH IN LONDON. SPECIAI, BTrABW TO THE ST. TyOtllH RE PUBLIC AND THE NEW TORK HERALD. London. July 9. (Copyright, 1901.) Inde pendence Day was celebrated by Ameri cans resident in and visiting London in the usual fashion, barring, of course, small boys' firecrackers. There were numberless star-spangled banners on the hotels and shops in the West End. and not a few visitors from the other side of tho At lantic wore the Stars and Stripes as dec orations on their coat lapels. Mr. Choate. the United States Ambas sador, was at home to all his country men and countrywomen at his house, in Carlton House Terrace. In the course of the afternoon many hundreds of people filed past tha Ambassador and Mrs. Starts Monday! Biggest, Best, Grandest, Greatest Price- FRKE THEATER 1KIO - Ta Forest Park HUhUuas srd Sumirm !2Mc tor 3i Corded 3-lc Loulsine TafU .TV Whito Ilibutil Vv.ish Silk. 3) lit vide; OCp Sile Price 1 00 Illicit Toffetn Silk. 36 Inel . wide; hftn Sale Price ....titru SV Foiil-ird Silks, 21 Hunts wide. 'V jmterrs. QQn o Pil.-e UUU Silks, nil col- I np ors-Salo Pric rice iuu r-ip Oil nolled Taf 1. x-k fta Silks, nnd colors. Sale Price .25c ? Natural Ponce Silk, yard wide, Sile 00a I-rlcP .000 4!3 for Sis Black G'c Standard Cnllco iblrtliiK and dr 13 - Sale Price 0 U 33c Hloached Tih! Dam.isk-K lnrl"- wide 0n !il( Price . . 'uu 2.1- Table Oil Cloth 13 Inches iH" - Sale Iflp Price IUU OV Uleiclied P.cd Sheeti- full Izj' Prtre . "PC 5 for 15c C Hosiery. 13o Women's and M!sea' full tanilebs blHCk Cn iinfQr39c Cotton g Ob WarpJap. Matting 2 00 i-nd 2 r pair I-co Curtain-, 3t j.irds long; ORft Sile Price each u 3Cic Ingrain Carpets; new '-'t triis; Tip Pale P-Ice yard UU 1 OJ Tnpestr- llnis-e's Cir Tets, Hiolrc designs; AQn Snle l'rlie. J ird Ju S HI Inpraln Uoom Ituc- ?' ' ' ft. q cq SIe Price, en ch OiUU IS CO Ilrussels Itoom Kin's. :r12 feet; Q Of. Silo Price, each. . UitJo .T) 0 Wilton 'elet Komi Kurs i,xl2 feet; C fin Sale Price, each IJiUU 73c Neither Bed Pillows, best tlcklnfr: "lOrt ilo l'rict. each uu 10" Curtain Swiss; 40 inch's wide; Cn F-ilp Prlc, vard uu and Misses' ....I5c foot... lace .1220 Kc Women's Im- QQ In ported lisle lac Hose. OO3I1 Vests, white 7aC ....I5c ...25c for 10c Embroidery for 5.00 Hats. 1214c and 13" Valem'Icnnes Iaces ard Inserting, Cn sale price tju 23c Polit d'Ksprlt Licc. in iratched sets; fn sale pilce lUu S 10 Trimmed Hats; Snlo Price 100 Tuscan Flats I3c nowcrs anil Foliage 25d Choate, who stood at the entrance to the bluo drawing-room. This and nther recrp-tlon-rooms were decorated with beautiful rose", and the national flag had been draped over tho mantelpieces and door ways. Mrs. Choate wore a rce-colored taffett silk dres". with bands of black Ince and a large, black, picture hit. Her ornaments were handsome pendant rubies, dlimonds and a string of pirls Among thoe who called in the afternoin were the Duchess of Marlborough, who was wearing a striking trailing ilre" of lac over pa'e-blue silk, Ladv Nevvbor. ough. who wore a creim-colored costume, and Mrs Frank Mackav who had a con spicuously beautiful drets of pale-lavender silk. In tha evening over D00 reoplo attended a banquet of the American Society In London, whlcn was held In the Hotel Ce cl' At leading hotels patronized bv Ameri cans, special decoration appeared in hon or of the dav. In the center of the Savoy Hotel foyer hung an eagle with out stretched wings. American patrons re ceived bpeclal souvenirs appropriate to tho day. CHARITY CONCERTS DOOMED BY FAILURES IN LONDON. spfciat, rt caht.t: to thk !t tii'i nn- PUBLIC AXb THE NEW YORK HERALD London. July 9 (Copv right. 1S0I ) It Is thought that the charity concert, which In past ears has been a favorite method pf sympathetic society women for helping the funds of London hospitals, which are supported by voluntary contribatlons. is doomed for many jears to come. If not for all time. This year there has been an unprece dented number of the" and In many cases the results have been disappointing. Five or ten vears ago three big charity concerts in the course of a season were considered enough for people to subscribe to, but this jear there have been at least twenty, while smaller entertainments of a similar character must have numbered more than 10. At one concert, where royalty was pres ent and the best artists were engaged, the net proilts were, only HZ. while others have not mode sufficient to pay expenses. In another Instance, one grand dame lent her beautiful house for a high charity entertainment. Half the seats were empty and half of those which were occupied were free. This, of course. Is iery bad for London hospitals, which, feeling the bid times, are crvlng out for money. In fact, combined appeals for funds just now amount to tlO.7O3.0O0. ARRAYED IN BATHROBE RUSHES FORTH TO VOTE. SPFCTAI, RT CAnm TO THE T LOrm RE PUBLIC AND THE NEW IOUK HfcRALU. London. July 9 (Copyright, 1901 ) When the House of Commons was being cleared for a division on Mr. Balfour's closure motion the other evening, the members were startled by seeing a strarge ap;ari tlon stalk across the floor of the House Except for a weird-looking jcllowlsh robe, akin to that associated with the Mabahmas of the East, It apparently had no material clothing. It did not pause, it did not speak, but, with noiseless foot fall, glided across the floor and mounted the gangway to tho Government lobby, where it vanished. Then cheer after cheer rolled through the building. The mjsterious vlsltnnt wa3 recognized as Sir R. U. Penrose-Fltzger-ald, who had been caught In his bath by the division bell and, not knowing what danger might be threatening tho Govrn ment, found concealment In a convenient robe. In which he valiantly went to side w 1th his party. ACCIDENTS AT DEDICATION OF STATUE IN BRITTANY. BPErtAL nr PARi.rj to the "t. tait re public AND THE NEW TORK HERALD. Paris. July 9 -(Copyright. 1904 ) At the Inauguration, this week, of a statue to our Lady or Shipwrecked Sailors, "Notro Dame des Naufrages," at Polnte du Raz, Brittany, the ceremony was marked by two accidents, which took place In sight of the devout gathering. Tvo steamers from fcrest were unable to land their passengers; owing to the rough sea. One attempted to land the pil grims In a small boat, which capsized, and two wore drowned. At the same time a priest was run down by a cjcllst and ki'led. After the ceremony the Bishop of Qulm pcr and eighty cannpns and priests sat down to a banquet. "" LONDON'S SOCIAL SEASON APPROACHING ITS CLOSE. SPECIAL RT CARLE- TO THE IT. LOi;iS re- PUBLIC AND THE NEW TORK HERALD. London, July 9. (Copyright, 190!.) Lon don's season Is on tho wane. Many left town directly after Ascot, and practically all the big dances are over with the state ball at Buckingham Palace last night. Trom now on, there will be continual dim inution In the scale of social gaiety. Henley had a revival this week, and the crowds on the river recal'ed the old days, when this aquatic festival was In its hey day. Houseboats and cottages however, were not in very great demand, for soci ety preferred to run out from town by train or automobile for the day. rather than spend the whole three dajs at Hen lev. The Eton and Harrow cricket match also attracted the usual crowd of pretty glrli IS ? jSS, ja, Up- frf-fl- Eer 1 fl - i P S CSidUl 11.1 Uw Vf 5 j j Wash Siiks. 1V- mid l'i-i Lawns. Dimities and Kn llattte for ... .uu IV fipurcd French P Ki . all new iip'Ii'.ns: 7'yp Sile PrUe . I -u TV W-i-h ntamino's. In vr new color: lOlfi p, irl-- L-i Sateens. si m whit- nni spreads - lar ell ns pattern - Price .... OOC liTc White India Linen book- 5c fold -Pale Price for 25c air Brushes C for 23c 1-Inch Im UO ported Cloth Urushes. Cn for 2Sc IYench uu Tooth Rrushes. In for lac doz. purn lu white Pearl Iluttons. tp for .V cake lu Witch H.izel Soap. Cfor Babies' Soft-Soled Shoes. Men's Jl 'a Ixiw Shoes, hrok en sizes in lri kid, 7Qn litaj suits, Mlo price . IUU Misses' .-mrt Children's JI 39 Trimmed iteilanil Hlack Stnp Sllpit'rs; :ule irlce. . 59c Hos' and Youths' $1 SO Satin O QO iiOU Iflfi IUU Cn uli C ulf I..JCO Shoes, lit iv "Ill'-S. sZes 12 to o1 sale prlcv .. .98g Ijadles' fl 23 Low Shrws and Strip Slippers. JQ sale price tuu to Lord's dunng th" closing div of the weik while tountrv club' PVe Ripc-mii and Ilurltiiitlu'in, have drawn thousand of visitors The weather ha been particularly fa vorable fo- il fresco pTejsmes uptl at the Mine time rather loo hct for urban jajctli'S King n-lnird Is this week n3' Ing a Satti'-ilav -to-Mondav- vNit to Hlghcllffe. H.int' as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cav end'sh Beitlnck Last ve enl the Dr.l e and Djche's of Marlborough hid a -speclaHv lnter"stlng I'ousm pi-ty at Wenheim. their quests In cluding the Pifme Minister and Jin HsJ four Ird and Liilv Londoide-ry, Mr and M'. Alfred Lvttleton, Cmnte and Comtoi'-e Jean d CT:lIane S r J-Mg-ir and Lady Helen Vincent and Lord Hard wlck. PARIS BEGINS TO ENJOY IDEAL JULY WEATHER. SPFriAL BV CAW.: TO TIE ST T,oriu RE PUBLIC AND THE NEW TORK HERU.D Pari". July 9 (Couvright. I'.KH ) Pirls this wck has had that Ideal Jul j wenther which makes It such a charmlr.g summer resort, a fact of which, bv the way, only a few Parisians seem to be aware Pirls Is no hotter than many popular summer resorts, and Its sources of amusement nre much more extensive and varied, es pecially after the nin has pone down An elaborate luncheon om Wednesday marked tho end of the strictlv local sea son of St. Polo on the Bagatel'o grounds. The programme consisted almost entlr" Iv of features with automoblli numbers. One wne a water-carrjlng contest. In which Miss Green spilled the least from her glats and was decl'ircd the winner The Crown Prince Constantino otGreec whs eine of the guests Manv st llsh women were present in light summer cos tumes. CORNELIUS VANDERBILT ENTERTAINS THE KAISER. srFciAi, bt rAni.n to the rr Lifis re public AND THE NEW TORK HKlttbU. Kiel. Julv 9 (Copv right, 1904 )-Mr. Cor ne'ius Vanderbllt has again entertained the German Emperor, and his suite at hreikfast. aboard of his aclit. the North Star. It will b remembered that the North Star's hospitality was extended to the Emperor a few months ago In the Medi terranean The Emperor Is now with the Empress aboard the tatter's yacht, the Iduna. cruising between Warncmunde and Ru gen. Mrs. MrClelHn. mother of the Mayor of Now York, celebrated the Fourth bv a large tea nartv at her residence, the Villa Augusta, at Homburg. ANNUAL COURT OF LOVE ATTENDED BY THOUSANDS. SPFTHL RT CABLE TO THE TT LOUP5 RE PUBLIC AND THE NEW TORK IIEKALD. Paris. July 9-(Copjrlght. 1901 ) The an nual court of love, founded by the poet Mistral was held this week, at Sceau. Poems were recited by M. M. Clovls Hugues. Raoul Giuest. Emmanual des Es sarts and George Lafanestre. wenrlng crowns of leives and promenadlnn under the trees of the park. In the presence of several thousand astonished spectators from Navis. who went to see the fes tival. Mile. Irma was crowned the queen of love, and sang prettv Provencal songs. DOG WINS COLLAR OF HONOR BY RESCUING SOLDIERS. SrEfTAI, BT CARLE TO THE ST LOUP; RB PUBLIC AND THE .DV lORK HERALD Lucerne. July 9 (Copyright, 1901) A dog belonging to Captain Bartnll, of the One Hundred and Fifty-seventh Infan try Regiment, now stationed nt Hautes Alps, has received a collar of horor from the French Society for the Protection of Animals Several French soldiers fell down a prec ipice In Februarj. Their position was traced by the dog. They would have all perished If they had remained the nl"ht In the open, hut the dog conducted thm to a nlnce of jafety after a long, ardu ous climb. FIRE HERO SAVES WOMAN. Dras Her From Benenfh Car, but She Loses a Foot. REPUBLIC SPECIAL New York. July 9 A modest hero, wearing tha uniform of the Tire Depart ment, saved an elderly woman from death beneath the wheels of a Second avenue car at Forty-fourth street, risking his own life. After carrying the victim into a drug store, he disappeared. Julia Flynn. employed In the Vanderbllt Hotel, was croislng Second avenue and was about to be struck by the car, when the fireman rushed upon the track, caught the woman by the arm and dragged her to one side, not. however. In time to sav one of her feet from being run over and terribly mutilated. Ho was burlec some distance, but was not seriously Injured. The fireman directed Motorman James Cassldy and others, who had to jack up the car, to get the Injured woman out, and then carried her to tba (tore. BR?a: h A t SOc GGLLQR 0 GUFF SETS Beautifully Embroldorrd W a s li a b 1 p Turnover, vith cuQs to match; P.ulKnri.in effects, well worth ode ier set; 200 dozen, Monday for 10 Suits P.ojV i on Suits. In fancy stripe njid plaid cheUots, Clnrlng SUe 10 Price 1,4-0 Hots' 105 Wash Suits; all new patttrns. Clear- J7 InK halo Prlco 4 lb Men'si 12.W and 13 CO Home spun Coat and Pants 7 QR Suits go at liCJ Men's 10W and 12JW faults go at .7,75 Men's 15 CO and IS CO If) DK Suits go At IUiOJ Men's S E0 All-Worsted liT:j. 1.85 Uoj s" 21c Hlue Brownie Overalls, ClearlnK Sale Price Poj 3' 23c I'ercala Cli aring Sale I'rice for Monarch Shirts. White S 1C) Cl.iett-Peabodj Mira- ( S an-li Shirts, with F(xi- J r:-ie link cuffs errC S I to match s?GC 73c Union - Mado Elastlc STm Drawers, OQn feilo Price tvJu rr. mi u 3 itfe. Be Saucer, silo 0 1 n price, each Li 1 01 and 1 M Serf tn Doors, lar,o slz" onb, QRfi salt price cJu Sy Scr"i Windows, ettend to 57 inches, O Cn sail- price ilJU 43o Hlue and White Iam fled Sauce Pan-, "7n Fale price lib Sic Iialbrlegan BMrts or Drawers, sale I'rice Sc heavy File and" Police Suspenders 13' IVncn Collar-. Silo I'rice. per dozen .. . I5c .10c .5c 2!ta Snrlnklink largn size, 1 23 Mrs. Potts' Irons, 3 to a set. salo price . "'"""" "WHWIWW ?r ELLIS WAINWRIGHI BUYS A FINE AUTO St. Louis Man Will Use Mot cedes Machine for a Tour of Eu rope, Starting at Paris. rPrrlAL HT f API E TO Tir. T T11'Is! RE I UKLIC AND THE NEW TORK HERALD Paris. July 9 -(Copyright. lf04 )-Mr. Ellis Wilnwrlght of St. Louis has bought a 25-32-horse-pow er Mercedes automobile from Oscar Gutnnn and will use It to renke a tour of Europe this summer. M. Hcnrj Fournicr, manarer of the Tarls Automobile Companv. has fold a hundred-hor'-power Hotchklss raclns body by Muhlbacher, to Mr. W. R. Hearst Discussing the price" of automobiles, a well-known travel-r remarked that tho dealers here demand rather high prices). When tv carrHge and duty are paid the Trench automobile In America is .1 ery expensive toy. "These prices will have to drop. W n are not asleep In the States" hn observed. "Automobile makers nre finding their feot and now are producing cars thnt compete with the best French make? in point of perfection, while the price Is lnslgrlttcant in comparison." In a conversation yesterday with M. Henry Tarman he said that for tmmo davs he had been experimenting with rubber pads placed In tho springs of his hupo Panhard racer, and that he found such relief when driving over rough roads at a high speed that le had decided to continue the experlnents. ALREADY IN FIELD FOR NEXT YEAR'S AUTO CUP. SPECIAL BT fnT.E TO THE 1ST LOUP! RE PUBLIC AND THE NEW TORK HERALD London, July 9 (Copj right. 1904) Al ready Englishmen nre In the field for next jea's International Automobile Cup, Mr. Leopold de Rothschild. Mr. S. F. Edge and the WoleIey Company having coma forward as challengers. This might nerve as a hint to Intend ing American competitors. Following up tho announcement of theso British challenges, the Automobile Club Journal says; "Mr. De Rothschild Is tha first amateur to enter for the cup with n SIddeley car, and we feel very strongly that he has Ret a happv example, which we trust other mmbers will make haste to follow. After all. under Its pusont conditions, the In ternational Cup Is purely a racing event "Our chief sporting events aro still In tho hands of amateurs. Those who breed horses merely to sel lthem don't chiefly figure as winners of classic events of tho turf, and, when one compares the cost of racing automobiles, its turning and driver, with the cost of n Derby winner. Its trainer and Jockey, one sees at once that tho automobile Is within tr means of a very much larger number of citizens of the British Empire than a hore. "Therefore, we again express our hops that many members will follow Mr. Roths child's happy example, and we are sure that manufacturers will bo exceedingly glad to he relieved of part of the burden with which the race loads them. May the blue and yellow be as successful on tho road as on the turf " At a dinner glen by Mr. Alfred Bird in honor of tho British competitors In tho International Cup. to meet the Duke of Sutherland, ncwlv appointed president of the club. Mr. Bird was supported by sev eral speakers In his contention that Eng land was not disheartened by defeat in 1601, but wai going to peg away till the cup came back to the British Club. BEAR KEPT MAN UP A TREE. Played Around Trunk With Her Cubs for Six IIourH. 1 Bloomsburg, Pa., July 9 Jacob Ray mond, working In a camp near Jamison City, started from camp to walk to town, and had not gone mora than a mile when he saw a black bear and two cubs In tho path ahead of him. Being anxious to se cure one of the cubs, he advanced, but the mother bear showed light, and appeared so fierce that Ravmond'declded to retreat. The old bear made a rush for him, and, as she gained rapidly, Ravmond took to a tree. Mrs Bruin seated herself at the foot, where she remained plavlng with the cubs until lite In the .if temiion. when she quietly walked away, after keeping the man treed for more than six hours. MYSTERY ITJ HS DEATH. Body of Man Long: Missing Has Been Found in Kiver. Trenton, X. J., July 9 The body found In the Delaware River near Duck Island has been identified as that of Thomas Priory, who has been missing from his home here since February. Priory left his home February 12 with $100. which he intended to deposit at the havings bank. That day was Lincoln's birth anniversary and the bank was closed. The man was last seen In the vicinity of State and War ren streets. It has been rumored that Priory met with foul play. 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